The Challenges and Considerations of Extraordinary Programmes

I had the privilege of working on the Bloodhound Supersonic Car Programme from 2015 to 2017. At the end of last year, we saw the announcement that the project was going into administration, followed a mere 10 days later with an article on the BBC saying the project was saved. It has been a roller-coaster... Continue Reading →

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Defining My Success

I along with many others have used the word success liberally without attaching an understanding to what that actually means. When someone asks, what does success look like, the standard response is attaching a financial or status statement to the word success. But where does that come from?   Poetry, art, music, all tell the... Continue Reading →

Knowing to Doing

I commercialise technologies. I help companies take their product or service to market, and this starts with defining the why, how and what. It is about taking an honest look at the viability of the tech and what markets - thinking laterally and balancing that against the company needs to prioritise what we take to... Continue Reading →

Delivering an Experience

About three years ago I had a fascinating conversation with a friend. Dropping the word brand and using the word experience. I was fighting for the former noting the latter was / should be an outcome of the former, but it did get me thinking about the experience. One common thing among all humans is... Continue Reading →

Top 5 Extraordinary Projects this Month

Extraordinary projects are¬†fascinating. They can inspire, achieve, break barriers, break people and we are all drawn to them. I have the privilege of working on two extraordinary projects at the moment; The Bloodhound Programme and LENA Space. SuperSonic cars and rocketry. This doesn't stop me enjoying and marvelling at extraordinary projects and here is a... Continue Reading →

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